It was attempted in Barry’s Corner in Alston last year but Related Beal Co has succeeded where others before it have failed. The condo’s connected to the Lovejoy Wharf Project (delapidated warehouse next to the TD Garden) will now be exempt from the parking requirement that has been a burden on developers for years. The requirement that all new condo projects must have adequate parking, now often sitting half empty and underutilized, has been excused for this project after a BRA vote on Thursday night.
Take a look at Related Beal Co’s Notice of Project Change filed with the BRA back in September.
Congratulations go out to Related Beal Co and the BRA for taking this bold step to test whether the “carless” condo can work in Boston as it does now in New York.
Starting a dialogue on the future of urban living in Boston and beyond.